4 nights 5 days Bhutan Tour

4 nights 5 days bhutan tour
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Neither too short nor too long, this 4 nights and 5 days tour in Bhutan brings you closer to the country of happiness.  This fly in and fly out tour ensures plenty of times for exploring prehistoric monastery and culture of Bhutanese.

With the end of Eastern Himalayas Range, you will land on tiny airstrips of Paro. High above the clouds, Mount Everest is visible during the flight from Kathmandu to Paro or vice versa.

Apart from that during four nights and five days Bhutan Tour, you will be passing through shadows of the highest mountains in Bhutan.

Day 01

Your four nights and five days Bhutan Tour starts with a flight from Kathmandu to Paro. A tranquil escape from Kathmandu you will land on a tiny airstrip of Paro via Druk Air.

On the clear weather view of Mount Everest and Lhotse offers an experience of Mountain Flight. Right from Paro you will drive to Thimpu and explore Memorial Chorten.

Paper factory, school of arts and craft along with varieties of textiles, Thanka paintings, mask and gold jewellery are the perfect place to collect a souvenir from Bhutan.

Day 02

At the northern end of the valley, you will get away for an exciting walk toward Cheri Gompa. The first ruler of Bhutan named Shabdrung had established Cheri Gompa, early 1620.

The area is open to everyone, you can enter inside the courtyard and apart from that, you can visit shrines that exist inside the monastery. For this, you have to walk around forty-five minutes steep uphill from the northern end of Thimpu.

Late afternoon colourful market of Thimpu is the great end of the day. People from all walks of life gather to buy or sell stuff.

Especially during Saturday and Sunday weekend market gets busier, however, if you are there on the Friday people rush to buy fresh vegetables and fruits.

Day 03

A drive of one complete hour from Thimpu will eventually shift you on Paro Valley. On the way, you will stop to pass named Chele Le at 4000 m from sea level.

From the pass on each side, you can see the valley of Paro and Haa. Temperature mostly remains cool you can walk for a couple of minutes over the pass.

Both highest and second highest peak of Bhutan named Gangar Puensum and Jumolhari Peak will be on site from the pass.

We offer you multiple options, either hikes to a monastery named Dzondrakha or explore Dungtse Lhakhang and Rinpung Dzong in Paro.

If you want to hike to Dzondrakha Monastery, then it will offer views of the fertile Paro Valley underneath you.

Day 04

Get ready for your most awaited trip within Bhutan, hike to Tiger Nest Monastery. It’s a thrilling and exciting walk that passes through a steep uphill climb.

For locals, this is a place of faith. There is a supernatural story about the existence of this site; your local guide will explain to you. During mid-afternoon, you will be exploring one of the oldest temples in Bhutan. It is Kyichu Lhakhang.

The national museum and Paro Rinpung Dzong from the 17th century are major highlights of the last day in Bhutan. Watchtower (Rinpung Dzong) is supposed to be built for defending the valley against Tibetan Warrior.

Day 05

As per your flight schedule, you will be shifted to Paro Airport to fly back. Upon reaching on the arrival terminal of the Kathmandu International Airport you will be received by our representative and shift to the respective hotel at Thamel.

It’s now the end of your four nights and five days Bhutan Tour. Depending on your time frame we will arrange ground transport for final departure.

If you have a couple of days enjoy at your best in Himalayas Country of Nepal.

Included

  • Kathmandu Paro Kathmandu flight ticket
  • Visa of Bhutan
  • All sightseeing by private transportation
  • All necessary travel permit
  • English Speaking Guide
  • 3-star accommodation in twin sharing basis
  • 3 Meals plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Excluded

  • Any Personal expenses

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